Airport Motor Inn
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So tomorrow morning we start on our second journey to Belize. There's been a lot of preparatory work, very little of which revolves around the trip, but rather just being able to go away for three weeks.
We like to tell ourselves that we have a complicated life, and to a certain extent, that's true. There's no reason to get into the things that occupy our time, but let's just say that we have a lot more on our plates than ...
... laying on our front lawn with Alexa and Monelle in the 27 degrees and trying to soak up some sun. Tonight we are eating dinner as a group, having a meeting and then us girls are having a Bible study/ painting our nails/ dyeing our hair. Tomorrow we are meeting with Cam and Paul, our Outtatown programmers, and I am going to workout with Andrew again.
Winnipeg is treating me well, I love it here! St. Boniface is a super artsy community and everything is cute and ...
... am really happy that Canada is honoring human rights with such an installation and would have been interested to see how the history of rights is being framed there. Although I don't believe that rights are the highest of ideals, it is wonderful that the collective desire of our society to see fairness, equity, and respect is so clear.
... fallen in Manitoba and Saskatchewan, and I experience my first Canada Day celebration while traveling north of the border.
A heads up - we're having some technical issues with getting pictures from the camera to the laptop, so until further notice, we can't post pictures. Hopefully we'll be able to upload some photos to all these posts soon, but worst case is that we'll have to wait until we get home in a couple of weeks. Sorry :(
I have officially hit my midway point...and ironically...the middle of Canada!
This was definitely wildlife day on the Trans Canada Hwy. In one 250 km stretch I counted 18 moose...YES...18!!!! Then there were the deer, birds galore, and even a slow moving beaver. Oh yes...let's not for get the millions of mosquito and black flies on my windshield...ick.
This was also a day of 'monuments' thanks to some tips from Frank...there was a giant Max the ...